Back Lane showing bricked up "Utility Access"

Selected for Google Maps and Google Earth

Taken on a 52yo Zeiss Ikon Contina 1c compact 35mm camera which cost me £4. Everything is manual. Exposure by Sunny 16 method. Hyper focal range set on the lens for this one. Great fun to use.

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Comments (7)

trikermike on March 31, 2012

I see a wee coal-hole!!

skida on March 31, 2012

Yep, the little one is a coal hole. The bigger one on the right was much more down to EARTH. ;)

trikermike on March 31, 2012

mmmm, granpapa would call it 'night soil' - guess it's all the same?

skida on April 1, 2012

That's the one! Someone with an exciting job came round cleaning out yesterday's business then putting down new "topsoil".

David Brown Photogra… on April 3, 2012

Sounds like a crappy job that does Keith

I used to have a Cortina too mate.

I have a light meter if you want one, but you obviously don't need one.

Cheers - Jethro

skida on April 3, 2012

That's the one Jethro. The Contina 1c with the Pantar lens. I did have a light meter in my pocket when I was walking round taking these shots but didn't refer to it at all. There wasn't a cloud in the sky so calculation was quite easy. These days, when I am out and about without a camera, I find myself looking at the light and thinking "250th at f8". Today the weather is f4. Cheers


David Brown Photogra… on April 3, 2012

hahahaha..... lovely!

Nice one J

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  • Uploaded on March 29, 2012
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    by skida
    • Camera: FUJI PHOTO FILM CO., LTD. SP-3000